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GS Early is editor of Liberty Investor Digest™ and managing director of Fresh Eyes Media, a media management and consulting firm that develops custom content and marketing solutions for financial businesses and publishers. Gregg has been a leader in the financial publishing business for two decades and has worked on content strategies with every major publisher in the industry, as well as organizations like CNBC, Morgan Keegan, Folio Investing and Moneyshow. He is an award-winning writer and editor and has built many of the top publications available to investors today. His specialties are emerging technologies (biotech, nanotech, robotics), defense and cybersecurity. He is a graduate of James Madison University. Email this author.
There’s a saying: When you lose the Internet, it’s like 1979; when you lose power, it’s like 1879. Technology has made steady, reliable power a necessity not only for individuals but for industry and governments as well.
A few months ago there was a report that a Japanese town recovering from last year’s tsunami-inflicted Fukushima nuclear disaster is teaming up with Toshiba Corp. to build several solar electricity plants which, combined would be Japan’s largest solar facility. But the lesson here isn’t really about how Japan has seen the light (pardon the pun) and is going to replace all its nukes with solar, geothermal and wind.
I am GS Early, and I proudly took the helm as editor of Liberty Investor™ earlier this month. My efforts are twofold: to find opportunities in sectors that have real merit but have been exploited by investors and to find the “The Next Big Thing.”